|Shamardal Import Impresses on Debut|
Paul Fudge's Waratah Thoroughbreds splashed out €350,000 (A$473,000) for 3yo filly Insoumise (Galileo x Featherquest, by Rainbow Quest) at the 2011 Arqana Breeding Stock Sale and it is beginning to look like money well spent.
|More Group Success for Artistry |
based owner/breeder Neven Botica has been enjoying success of late through his
young New Zealand based stallion Dalghar (Fr), but was in the winner's circle at
Flemington on Cup Day with classy mare Artistry, winner of the Group III VRC Hong
Kong Jockey Club Stakes.
|Shamardal Colt Tipped to Star|
Inglis Ready 2Race Sale will be held at Newmarket on Tuesday featuring a
premium selection of up and running two year-olds with a superbly bred colt by
globally renowned sire Shamardal (USA) tipped to attract keen interest.
|Best On Breeding|
It did not take long for the US$700,000 shelled out by bloodstock agent Steve Brem on behalf of Greg Perry for the More Than Ready (USA) mare Grace And Power (USA) to look money well spent.
|First Stakes Win for Shamardal's Artistry|
Thomas Huet has achieved what James McDonald, Hugh Bowman, Kerrin McEvoy and Jason Collett have failed to do, win a race on the Peter and Paul Snowden-trained mare Artistry.
|Shamardal's Bow Creek Impresses in Peter Young Stakes|
Arguably one of the most impressive performances on a champagne day of racing came from Godolphin's import Bow Creek (IRE) in Saturday's Group II Peter Young Stakes (1800m) at Caulfield.